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Stories about the bear, zebra, lynx, wild boar, walrus, sloth, and anteater : in words of one, two, and three syllables (1835)



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Author: Cobb, Lyman,1800-1864
Subject: Chapbooks -- Specimens.; Chapbooks -- New Jersey -- Newark -- 19th century; McGill Library's Chapbook Collection; Chapbooks; McGill University Library Digitized Title
Publisher: Newark, N.J. : Benjamin Olds
Year: 1835
Language: English
Book contributor: McGill University Library
Collection: mcgilluniversitychapbook; mcgilluniversity; toronto

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16 p. : ill. ; 12 x 7 cm.

First sentence: "There are three species of the Bear; the black, whose figure is shown by the cut above, the white, and the brown bear."

Includes 8 woodcuts

Copy in McGill Library's Rare Books and Special Collections: Yellow pictorial wrappers. Berdan's. Hallowell. Maine. July/82. $18.00. Given to McGill 2001


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Identifier: McGillLibrary-PN970_O5_Ser_3_No_3_1835-1303
Callnumber: RBD BOUR PN970 O5 Ser.3 No.3 1835 Rare Books/Special Collections - Sheila R. Bourke Collection (McLennan Bldg, 4th floor)
Credits: The McGill Library's Chapbook Collection was made possible through a generous donation from the Harold Crabtree Foundation.
Mediatype: texts
Url: http://digital.library.mcgill.ca/chapbooks/fullrecord.php?ID=7518
Note: First sentence: "There are three species of the Bear; the black, whose figure is shown by the cut above, the white, and the brown bear."
Identifier-access: http://archive.org/details/McGillLibrary-PN970_O5_Ser_3_No_3_1835-1303
Identifier-ark: ark:/13960/t9c557b2n
Ppi: 300
Ocr: ABBYY FineReader 8.0

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